iPhone version 2.0

TrippalHealicks

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You aren't going to need a new iPhone until the underlying technology significantly changes (battery technology, touch screen technology, wireless technology). Unlike other devices where things like keyboard configuration has largely defined model differences.
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Everything you say is what all these nay-sayers need to realize.
 

Brandon!

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I seriously doubt that external media interface will EVER be included with any Apple brand handset. They designed it to be solid and "locked down", like the iPod, and personally, I kinda like it this way. Style-wise, it looks good, feels good, is good. lol
I don't wanna get flamed, but that's exactly why I have never purchased an Apple product up until now. They have no problem giving up function in order to look pretty. I don't think an external media card is going to open up a million back doors for hackers to get into the phone or anything, and it would be VERY easy to integrate a SD card (or even a micro SD) into the top of the phone like the Treo's do. In fact there's a very odd looking cut at the top of the iPhone that looks like a SD slot.

But I do like the iPhone a lot. The size, the interface, the feel is all great. There needs to be some obvious bug fixes, but for the most part, great phone.
 

JeffBobula

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I am (surprisingly) perfectly fine with the included storage space... I found there's not that much music I actually listen to, even when I had the 80gig iPod.
I feel the same way! I had a 40gig iPod but only actually listened to a small amount. It was kind of annoying sifting through all the BS I had but didn't want to listen to. The iPhone forces me to keep the stuff I really love and actually listen to. I like that!

Anything that makes your life better and more simple...the Apple way...is OK with me!
 

oembios

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I cannot see any room for improvement on mine it works perfectly, no need for 2
 

neo

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Nothing personal, but I don't think we, those who are the first adopters, come into the equation. We're already in. They made the pitch and we bought in. That accounts for the first million phones. They've got 10+ million more phones to sell. They gotta keep the wheels moving in order to push all that product out into the market.

Apple has to continue to iterate and innovate in order to grow their businesss. I just don't think it's going to be in the way of a new piece of hardware.

I would add to this that, I think the iPhone platform, as Apple has designed it, is probably the greatest and actually CHEAPEST smart phone you will ever buy. ALL the other smart phones out there are hardware with some software added to make it function. The iPhone is more like a computer in that it has the basic hardware but more of the functionality of the device is software based. Hence, instead of buying a Treo 300, then a 650, then a 750, ad infinitum, the iPhone that you bought this past week will fulfill your needs through software upgrades for the next few years.




You aren't going to need a new iPhone until the underlying technology significantly changes (battery technology, touch screen technology, wireless technology). Unlike other devices where things like keyboard configuration has largely defined model differences.
This is exactly what i was thinking and hoping. It is what i understood what Mr. Jobs was referring too when he mentioned new ideas and being able to add since there is no keyboard